There’s something satisfying about watching a timelapse video of accumulating snow. It mushrooms by a magnitude in mere seconds, like marshmallows in a microwave.
In Cleveland Park, snow builds on the ground and icicles slowly form on the gutters. The Capital Weather Gang’s Ian Livingston measured 23.75 inches in Cleveland Park as the storm was coming to a close.
A pretty Capitol Hill timelapse with twinkle lights, that shows how it didn’t get really bad in D.C. until Saturday afternoon. The closest measurement to Capitol Hill we have is the White House, which reported 22 inches.
A phenomenal timelapse video of how one D.C.-area family experienced the storm not just during but after, by Andrew Albosta.
In Ashburn, Va., the snow comes down and then the shovels come out. 33 inches was the total in Ashburn.
A ton of snow out in Oakton, Va. Two feet of snow was reported to the National Weather Service in Oakton, Va.
Cars are buried in Arcola, Va:
Porch furniture disappears in Brambleton, Va.
Holiday lights make the blizzard more bearable in Silver Spring. 23 to 25 inches of snow was reported in Silver Spring, Md.
Front yard trees sag under the weight of the snow in Fairfax, Va., where around 24 inches of snow fell.